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Tag Archives: Linux
I currently running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as my desktop. Neither Unity nor GNOME Shell (in GNOME 3) really interest me, but that’s for another post! This one is about the exasperation I feel when Linux overcommits too much memory and … Continue reading
A, sadly, unsurprising interview that I read at derStandard.at, but alerted from the Boycott Novell blog. de Icaza has been lampooned in the past for his unpopular views on Microsoft, .net, and C#, but this interview really takes the biscuit. … Continue reading
For the first time, and allegedly the last, I wen’t to LugRadio Live UK 2008 in …. Wolverhampton. I’d never been to Wolverhampton before; it was just about everything I had expected.